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Liberal BBC Host Gets Schooled By Lawyer Mike Davis On Trump Trial

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Mike Davis, a potential future Trump administration Attorney General, slammed the ongoing trial against Donald Trump during a BBC interview.

Davis called the trial politically motivated to undermine Trump ahead of 2024, amid debates over its conduct.

“In the United States of America, we have something called the Constitution, and we have the First Amendment, the Sixth Amendment, and the Fourteenth Amendment. If there’s anyone on the planet who should have the constitutional right to speak out against the judge, the prosecutor, their staffs, the witnesses, their biases, the process, it is a criminal defendant going through the criminal process. You don’t gag criminal defendants in America,” Davis said.

“I don’t know what you guys do in the United Kingdom, but in America, we have constitutional rights, and they’ve turned the Constitution on its head by gagging a criminal defendant, while this judge, whose adult daughter, Lauren Merchan is raising millions of dollars off of this case.”

He criticized the presence of Stormy Daniels in the case, referring to her disparagingly.

Davis aggressively defended Trump’s free speech rights, arguing the gag order was unconstitutional and questioning the impartiality of Judge Juan Merchan due to familial connections allegedly benefiting from publicity.

Davis labeled the proceedings “garbage” and a “kangaroo court,” claiming it was an example of “Democrat lawfare and election interference.”

He maintained Trump had constitutional rights to speak out that were being denied.

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